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Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
Security,safety,quality in the food supply chain
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  • To understand that food security is crucial at every stage of the food production supply chain
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    • 1. Security,Safety,Quality in the Food Supply Chain. How food security has impacted on customer values in the Food Supply chain. By June.kwanairara Supply Chain Management Conference 1 st October 2009 Australian Maritime College
    • 2. Objectives
      • To under stand the importance of food security, safety and quality in the food supply chain,
      • To analyse how security impacts consumer values on food products,
      • To be conscious of what ends up on the table,
      • To accept that food security in the food supply system is crucial for everyone.
    • 3. Overview
      • Definition of food supply chain
      • Food Security in the world
      • Food Supply Chain – Food Security Impacts
      • Food Safety
      • Food Quality
      • Consumer Acceptance
      • Aligning Food Security Focus and Supply Chain
      • Case Study – Tassal Pure Tasmania
    • 4. Definition of Food Supply Chain Bourlakis and Weightman, 2005
    • 5. Food Security in the world Food security exists when all people at all time have physical and economic access to enough safe food to meet their dietary need and food preferences for an active ad healthy life style (World Food Summit, 1996)
    • 6. Food Supply Chain –Food Security Impacts
      • World food Crisis
      • Climate change
      • Global oil crisis
      • Biofuels – land use
      • Commodity price increase
    • 7. Food Safety
      • Risks of Contamination
      • Affects human health
      • Food scares – BSE, Salmonella
      • HACCP
    • 8. Food Quality
      • Wholesomeness and characteristics of food products
      • Freshness
      • 3 Sources of food Contamination
    • 9. Consumer Acceptance
      • Type and characteristics of food products
      • Food safety and quality vs price
      • Producers’ perspective vs Consumer Acceptance
    • 10. Customer Acceptance
      • Customer values on food products
      • Willingness to pay
      • Customers expectations
    • 11. Aligning food security focus and Supply Chain
      • Food security is vital to the consumers
      • Customers perceive confidence and trust on food safety standards – HACCP
      • Access to food sources in the future
      • Importance of food resources for world population
    • 12. Case Study – Tassal Pure Tasmania
      • Established in 1986
      • Largest Aquaculture company –Australia
      • Employs over 450 people
      • Continues to meet safety and quality customer expectations
      • Produces 17000 tonnes per annum
    • 13. Case Study –Tassal Pure Tasmania Innovations
      • Innovations in fish husbandry and farm technology
      • Implemented major restructuring and cost initiatives
      • Integrated Management Systems
      • New hatchery –Huon River hatchery
    • 14. Food Security - Innovations
      • Strategic Cross-Border Alliance
        • Joint Ventures
        • Collaborations with other companies
        • Globalise resources in order to secure supplies
    • 15. Thank you for your time
      • Questions?

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